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The 55 Concepts: A Guide to Conscious Living Paperback – September 15, 2008
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About the Author
Michael Cavallaro lives in Pennsylvania and is the founder and director of the Metaphysical Mentoring Institute. For more than 30 years he has taught practical, functional ways for people to change and create their own lives. Michael teaches, mentors and speaks on the integration of humanity and spirituality. He is an international speaker and the author of several books and CDs including, The 55 Concepts A Guide to Conscious Living. He has lectured worldwide on the mentoring process and the practical skills needed to meet life s challenges.
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if you're into psychology, i recommend the book. it might not have new concepts for you, but let's say that it introduces many of those concepts from different points of view that what we usually know .. finally, it requires more thinking. so don't rush to get done with it .. enjoy it like coffee ..
There are only a few things that I particularly disagreed with. On p. 155, he mentions that spiritual laws are larger than most can see rather than that spiritual laws are larger than all can see. Also, on p. 153, he mentions that there are no new truths and only eternal truths that keep changing. I think that there are infinite truths that we do not know about and that even though many may be based on a set of elements, some of them are essentially different truths and not the same at all. For instance, having a computer is a totally different kind of "truth" to me than trying to write on slate with a piece of rock. While the idea of writing may have originated from our ancestors of way lore ago, the two products used to create the final result are totally different (slate vs. computer).
Books like this generally bore me, but it's still worth a read and can be a very valuable tool. People who can agree on this kind of book and talk about it can probably consider deeper friendships with each others that others would not easily understand or feel.
I admit to everyone who would like to know that I know the author, and I'm not writing this for him nor to promote the book, but to promote the idea behind this book. You don't have to take my word for it, discover it for yourself. If you would like to stop searching for the answers everywhere you go, try this book and you might discover where the answers are.